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Re: question on 2 bearing quill

#244007 by rpd » Fri Jan 12, 2018 3:58 pm

Just to clarify, for those who didn't follow the link to the main Shopsmith page, the plastic piece being referred to above is not the splined coupler on the drive sleeve, but rather the large white cone on the back side of the quill shown in the picture below.

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I suspect it is a dust shield.

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Re: question on 2 bearing quill

#244008 by rcplaneguy » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:03 pm

rpd wrote:Just to clarify, for those who didn't follow the link to the main Shopsmith page, the plastic piece being referred to above is not the splined coupler on the drive sleeve, but rather the large white cone on the back side of the quill shown in the picture below.

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I suspect it is a dust shield.


That sure looks like the splined coupler, but turned around backward for shipping perhaps?

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Re: question on 2 bearing quill

#244010 by rpd » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:45 pm

rcplaneguy wrote:
rpd wrote:Just to clarify, for those who didn't follow the link to the main Shopsmith page, the plastic piece being referred to above is not the splined coupler on the drive sleeve, but rather the large white cone on the back side of the quill shown in the picture below.

Image

I suspect it is a dust shield.


That sure looks like the splined coupler, but turned around backward for shipping perhaps?


That makes sense, I've never seen said coupler in person, (none of mine are new enough to have one ) and the ones I have seen in pictures are always mounted on the drive sleeve.

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Ron Dyck
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10ER #23430, 10ER #84609, 10ER #94987,two SS A-34 jigsaws for 10ER.
1959 Mark 5 #356595 Greenie, SS Magna Jointer, SS planer, SS bandsaw, SS scroll saw (gray), DC3300,

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Re: question on 2 bearing quill

#244014 by JPG » Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:08 pm

rpd wrote:
rcplaneguy wrote:
rpd wrote:Just to clarify, for those who didn't follow the link to the main Shopsmith page, the plastic piece being referred to above is not the splined coupler on the drive sleeve, but rather the large white cone on the back side of the quill shown in the picture below.

Image

I suspect it is a dust shield.


That sure looks like the splined coupler, but turned around backward for shipping perhaps?


That makes sense, I've never seen said coupler in person, (none of mine are new enough to have one ) and the ones I have seen in pictures are always mounted on the drive sleeve.


Yes it is flipped on the shaft. The big end attaches to the drive sleeve.

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Re: question on 2 bearing quill

#244017 by JPG » Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:55 pm

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The coupler IS included with the E-Bay quill.

There is only one M5/V quill shaft spline. Earlier Gilmer and 10's had splines(fewer) in the drive sleeve and the nylon thingie on the gilmer version was indeed a dust cap.

The shape of the coupler has changed over the years. A notable variation is the MVII. It needs to go into the quill body more than the rest, so the coupler has a smaller od.

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Re: question on 2 bearing quill

#244025 by moggymatt » Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:37 pm

dusty wrote:
Hobbyman2 wrote:Looks like I am #17 on the order list , also salesman said he wasnt sure about the plastic piece on the tail end , will see when it gets here .


I do believe that the plastic piece (splined coupler) is not going to come with the quill. You are going to need one if you don't already have one. Be aware, the splined couplers are not all the same. It will depend on how old your quill is.

How many splines on your old quill? That might be tell tale.


My last 2 bearing upgrade came with the plastic coupler.

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Re: question on 2 bearing quill

#244116 by Hobbyman2 » Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:39 pm

Now it makes sense why they say it can be done in less then a hr , looks like the old one has to come off first .

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